Did you know that around 40 percent of people who purchased a water filtration system said it was because of the taste of tap water, and about 50 percent of them were concerned about contaminants. I'm glad I was able to team-up with the good folks at ZeroWater to try their new Ready-Pour container.
Ready-Pour’s innovative sealed lid and reservoir enables the pitcher to be kept full while adding up to two cups of additional capacity, helping to eliminate the wasted space on the top of the pitcher. That means it can hold 10 cups total (eight within the pitcher itself and two in the reservoir). The underneath water filter assembly ensures water passes directly through and not under the filter. As a result, users of the Ready-Pour Pitcher can rest assured that every drop they are drinking has been filtered via ZeroWater’s patented five-stage, dual-ion exchange filtration system.
The Ready-Pour Pitcher from ZeroWater 10Cup retails for $32.99 and the 12Cup for $37.99. Both Ready-Pour Pitchers come with an integrated Total Dissolved Solids meter (Value of $29.99) which comes at no additional cost to the consumer. As the only water filter in its class to meet the FDA’s definition for TDS in purified bottled water, this meter allows users to see at a glance the purity of the water they are drinking.
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